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I was changing versions of LibreOffice and saw something that I am wondering at.

I ran "sudo apt-get remove libreoffice?" and at one point the process asked to continue showing that 896 MB will be freed.

This was the 64 bit DEB version of 5.3.6.

Since I was not "purging" LO, I thought that figure was a little high, but this was the first time I looked at the space being freed up before installing the next version.

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